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Christian Kandeler

qbs 1.12 released

Published Thursday July 19th, 2018 | Leave a comment
Posted in Announcements, Build system, cross-platform, Dev Loop, Releases

We are happy to announce version 1.12.0 of the Qbs build tool. What’s new? Generating Interfaces for Qbs and pkg-config When distributing software components such as libraries, you’d like to make it as simple as possible for other projects to make use of them. To this end, we have added two new modules: The Exporter.qbs […]

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Profiling memory usage on Linux with Qt Creator 4.7

Published Friday July 13th, 2018 | 6 Comments on Profiling memory usage on Linux with Qt Creator 4.7
Posted in Dev Loop, Embedded, Performance, QtCreator | Tags: , , ,

The Performance Analyzer You may have heard about the Performance Analyzer (called “CPU Usage Analyzer” in Qt Creator 4.6 and earlier). It is all about profiling applications using the excellent “perf” tool on Linux. You can use it locally on a Linux-based desktop system or on various embedded devices. perf can record a variety of […]

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Laszlo Agocs

What’s in a Qt 3D Studio Scene?

Published Wednesday June 27th, 2018 | Comments Off on What’s in a Qt 3D Studio Scene?
Posted in Dev Loop, Graphics, OpenGL, Qt 3D, Qt 3D Studio

Now that Qt 3D Studio 2.0 has been released, let’s look at what some of the new features enable. In particular, we will visit the so-called in-scene debug and profile views, as these handy, built-in (both to the viewer launched from the editor and, if the developer decides so, to applications) views allow answering questions […]

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Maurice Kalinowski

Integrating Cloud Solutions with Qt

Published Friday June 22nd, 2018 | Comments Off on Integrating Cloud Solutions with Qt
Posted in Dev Loop, Embedded, Internet of Things

Welcome to the final installment of our Qt for Automation blog mini-series. If you missed the previous articles, please have a look at Lars’ blog post, where you can find an overview of all the topics (remote UIs, optimizing device communication, and more) we’ve covered. These days, using the cloud for predictive maintenance, analytics or […]

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Tero Kojo

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 wrap-up

Published Wednesday June 13th, 2018 | 6 Comments on Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 wrap-up
Posted in Community, Contributors, Dev Loop | Tags: , ,

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 is over. Two days of presentations and a lot of discussions during presentations, talk of Qt over coffee and lunch and in restaurants in the evening. A hundred people gathered to think where Qt is heading and where it now is. Oslo showed it’s best with warm and sunny weather. The […]

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Michael Winkelmann

Remote UIs with WebGL and WebAssembly

Published Tuesday June 12th, 2018 | 4 Comments on Remote UIs with WebGL and WebAssembly
Posted in Automation, Dev Loop, Internet of Things, WebGL | Tags: , ,

A frequently requested feature by Qt customers is the possibility to access, view and use a Qt-made UI remotely. However, in contrast to web applications, Qt applications do not offer remote access by nature as communication with the backend usually happens via direct functions call and not over socket-based protocols like HTTP or WebSockets. But […]

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